Ahead of the expected March launch event, Apple has registered three Macs, including at least one MacBook, in the Eurasian Economic Commission's regulatory database.
Devices have to be registered in the database before they can go on sale in that territory, but an entry only makes it highly probable that the Macs will be launched soon. Nonetheless, it is typical for entries to appear a few weeks ahead of launch, so this filing appears to back up expectations of a March event.
The EEC database has two separate entries, totalling three Apple devices:
- Personal Apple computers of A2615, A2686 (macOS 12 software version) and their spare parts
- Apple portable A2681 (macOS 12 software version) and its parts
As is usual with the EEC database, there is no further detail beyond specifying that the entries come from Apple.